The Motorola Talkabout® MT350R series is
equipped to secure functionality by guarding against extreme weather and harsh
environments. Take it on your next hunting, camping or hiking trip and stay
connected no matter what the season.
With an IP-54 rating, the MT series flaunts its weatherproof ID design making it
ideal for protection not only from dust, but from wet weather conditions be it
snow or rain splashes. Its emergency alert feature, built-in LED flashlight and
NOAA weather alert channels provide a total emergency preparedness communication
solution. So escape to the great outdoors with confidence that others can be
informed of any dangers that may come your way. The flashlight feature offers
peace-of-mind during evening adventures or unexpected emergencies and power
outages. The NOAA channels provide emergency alerts including tornadoes, winter
storms, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, emergency evacuations and Amber
Boasting a high efficiency class D amplifier, the MT series radio delivers
enhanced sound quality by reducing distortion at high volumes.
EXTRA POWER WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST
Push-To-Talk Power Boost, when activated, allows you to extend the transmission
range by increasing the transmitter power output while saving battery life when
no power boost is necessary.
When you are hiking up a steep mountain trail, you really need to keep your
hands free to brace the rocky terrain. With iVOX acting like a speakerphone and
allowing hands-free communication, you can keep on moving without stopping to
answer a call.
The VibraCall™ silent vibrating ringer is especially useful for locations where
ringing can be intrusive. This feature is also great when noise from a sporting
event would drown out your ring tone.
Package Includes: 2 Radios, Double mini-USB
charger, 2 Ni-MH Battery Packs, Manual
RADIOS ARE USED AND MAY HAVE WEAR MARKS. PERFECT WORKING CONDITION GUARANTEED!
What are the key points you need to look when
choosing 2-way radio
||Choose a two-way radio that will operate at
needed distances, using higher wattage as the best indicator of
transmission range. Remember that ranges are based on direct
line of sight measurements, so buildings and natural features
will reduce the usable range.
||Family Radio Service (FRS) radios allow for
up to two miles of transmission, do not require a license and
work right out of the box. General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
radios have more range and channels and require all users to
obtain an FCC license before they begin transmitting.
||Spending more will get you a two-way radio
with more channels, which may be needed in densely populated
areas. Look for dual-channel monitoring or channel scan for
easier communications with multiple two-way radios and try to
find a model that monitors weather and emergency channels.
||Better two-way radios use privacy codes that
will keep outside conversations off your channel and scramble
your conversations to keep eavesdroppers from hearing them. For
business applications where privacy is essential, consider
leasing a private channel and getting two-way radios that can
||Most families will be happy with replaceable
batteries for home use and occasional outings. Daily two-way
radio users should look for kits with rechargeable batteries
that can be refreshed in a docking station.